Noun(1) a line of small holes for tearing at a particular place(2) a hole made in something(3) the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation
(1) In addition, although airway perforation can be a serious complication of laser therapy in a normal host, it may be devastating in the immunocompromised patient.(2) The most serious side effects include gastrointestinal bleeding and perforation , renal dysfunction, and platelet dysfunction.(3) The overall rate of oesophageal perforation after flexible endoscopy involving oesophageal instrumentation, biopsy, or dilatation is 2.6%.(4) All had vivid memories of the bottles with cardboard tops and the perforation in the middle to be pushed open to allow for the straw.(5) there was evidence of intestinal perforation(6) Sometimes the result is a perforation - a hole in the eardrum - but this often heals by itself within two months.(7) Instead of the respiratory improvement, the patient died 15 days later of abdominal sepsis after intestinal perforation .(8) When a perforation in the moving roll uncovered a slot in the bar, suction would draw the air through the port, forcing the wooden finger down.(9) There has been a single report of esophageal perforation with this procedure for the last 30 years.(10) But the bank is incapable of producing cheque books that detach smoothly along the perforation .(11) A polymicrobial culture raises the suspicion for intestinal perforation or abscess formation.(12) The authors quote a 2.6% perforation rate for endoscopy.(13) They're not made to be touched by human hands and every time that we tug and we touched and we pulled one, what would happen is that you would end up with a perforation where there was none before.(14) The authors report a case of esophageal perforation after sequential double-lung transplantation for bronchiectasis.(15) In adults, the unusual occurrence of retropharyngeal abscesses may be associated with perforation of the posterior wall by foreign bodies or instrumentation.(16) This seizure was followed by perforation of his large bowel and a subsequent fatal arrhythmia.
1. hole ::
2. perforation ::
3. cleft ::
4. orifice ::
5. opening ::
6. eyelet ::
7. prick ::
8. bore ::
9. piercing ::
10. thickness ::
11. depth ::
12. stitch ::
Different Formsperforation, perforations
English to Welsh Dictionary: perforation
Meaning and definitions of perforation, translation in Welsh language for perforation with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of perforation in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "perforation"
What perforation means in Welsh, perforation meaning in Welsh, perforation definition, examples and pronunciation of perforation in Welsh language.